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Today we woke up at 6.30am with our alarm. We were all packed and ready to leave for the airport, so we had breakfast and the taxi picked us up from the hotel at 7.30am. It took us around an hour to get to the airport as the traffic was quite bad. There are scooters everywhere and we've been on the lookout for the strangest thing we can see on a scooter. So far we've seen:
A man on a scooter carrying a ladder
Man on scooter carrying a large box of what looked like flat ...
... then again in Singapore this was her first time to relax. We were both set up for the morning, kindle, mags and iPods. It was very hot today meaning we had to get in the pool several times to cool off. Oh it is a hard life. We had a swim around and had drinks at the swim up bar. There was waterfalls and water fountains located all around the pool and they were powerful so that we could stand underneath them and get our own personal massage. It was getting on a bit and we were ...
... trees, greeted the friendly forest ranger and made our way up to the year-round waterfall. It was strange to see such a cool stream flowing in the hot jungle. Not much of a waterfall but the fact they have a year-round stream at all in a place where it hasn’t rained but once in the nearly three months we’ve been here is rather a miracle in itself. Back down to the beach, into the dinghy and off to the boat for our next ‘hop’ to Ko Adang. This would be our ...
... We had already heard from a few Dive Instructors in Gili Air that the Diving was rubbish here as the Malaysians don't look after the sea. Not sure how true that is but the water certainly wasn't as clear here and there was a bit of rubbish getting washed up. Plus it was full of jellyfish! So with Diving out of the equation we chilled, rented a moped and basically did an awful lot of nothing for a week!
We found some cool stuff out on the bike, it's ace when you ...
... a plastic bag which you are somehow supposed to get home without them cracking. Fruit and veggies were significantly cheaper as were electronics and kitchen utensils (this shop sold it all) however you could buy two pairs of black leather school shoes for the same price as the cheapest thongs. The rest of the mall was quite mundane, very small with clingy staff stalking and calling out to you and it was very evident that white people didn't enter often.
After a quick ...